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Education Webinar Series: Flip Your Language Classroom

Transparent Language is proud to host a variety of FREE webinars aimed at educating teachers on how they can effectively teach languages with technology.

Studies have shown that when it comes to learning foreign languages, combining technology and human instruction is more powerful than either computer learning or human instruction alone. The flipped classroom is an exciting new methodology in education where students “front load” their language abilities by learning vocabulary and phrases independently before each class. Teachers then build on what their students have already learned, practicing and applying that knowledge in class through communicative activities and task-based strategies. The result is a more rewarding classroom experience, with more time spent actively engaging in the language, rather than passively listening. This webinar will teach you how to flip your class and enjoy the wealth of benefits to both teacher and student alike.

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Education Webinar Series: Flip Your Language Classroom

  1. 1. Transparent Language Education Webinar Series Flip Your Language Classroom #TLedwebinars
  2. 2. Flip Your Language Classroom Webinar Presenter: Karen Olson Academic Manager kolson@transparent.com #TLedwebinars f t in These slides accompany the Flip Your Language Classroom webinar sessions on Thursday 9/25 and Tuesday 9/30.
  3. 3. The Flipped Classroom •What is it? •Why do it? •How to do it right! •DABL –Our flipped classroom •Transparent Language's tools for flipping •Why flipping can flop •Resources to help you flip #TLedwebinars
  4. 4. What is it? #TLedwebinars
  5. 5. What is it? #TLedwebinars
  6. 6. Why do it? #TLedwebinars
  7. 7. Why do it? #TLedwebinars Image by Jeffrey Anderson on Wikimedia Commons
  8. 8. Why do it? •Increases student-teacher-class interaction •Helps busy students •Allows students to pause and rewind learning •Differentiates (fast learners vs. slow learners) •Educates parents •Benefits absent teachers #TLedwebinars
  9. 9. Why do it? Comparison: Traditional vs. Flipped Traditional Classroom Activity Time Warm-up Activity 5 min Go over previous night’s homework 10 min Lecture new content 30 min Practice 15 min. Homework: Independent practice and/or lab activity 30 min. Flipped Classroom Activity Time Warm-up Activity 5 min Q&A time independent learning 10 min Practice activities •Skits •Debates •Questions •Demonstrations 45 min. Homework: Refresh Learning Prepare for next class 10 min. 20 min. #TLedwebinars
  10. 10. Sample Lesson Plan: Food & Drink Image by epSos .de on Flickr.com #TLedwebinars
  11. 11. Beware of Flipped Learning Misconceptions! Image by CollegeDegrees360 on Flickr.com Delivering a lecture via video at home is still passive learning. Seek out more active ways to deliver learning at home via online tools. #TLedwebinars
  12. 12. How to do it right! #TLedwebinars
  13. 13. How to do it right! Pre-Class •Identify key words & phrases to learn •Choose a powerful tool •Assign •Track Classroom •Allow students to confirm learning/Ask questions •Facilitate interactive, engaging activities After Class •Review/Sustain •Prepare for next class #TLedwebinars
  14. 14. Beware of Flipped Learning Misconceptions! Image by CollegeDegrees360 on Flickr.com Delivering a lecture via video at home is still passive learning. Seek out more active ways to deliver learning at home via online tools. #TLedwebinars
  15. 15. DABL Declaratively Accelerated Blended Learning #TLedwebinars
  16. 16. The Flipped Language Classroom with Declaratively Accelerated Blended Learning 1.Leverage technology to acquire a large pool of declarative (words, phrases, chunks of language) knowledge. •Rapid exposure to learning material •Variety of interactive activities: listening/reading/writing/speaking •Adaptive (knows what is right/wrong) and adjusts 2.Use classroom time to facilitate interactive activities that not only reinforce but also apply the language in context. 3.Review/sustain the learning through repetition and spiraling. #TLedwebinars
  17. 17. Case Study #TLedwebinars
  18. 18. Case Study Spanish French Odd Week Transparent Language Online Virtual Class Even Week Virtual Class Transparent Language Online East Kingston Elementary 5th Graders* Greetings & Introductions Nationality Age Residence Likes & Dislikes Identify & Describe People Date & Time Weather Holidays Classrooms Schedules Hobbies *Read the full case study here. #TLedwebinars
  19. 19. Transparent Language's Tools for Flipping Rapid Exposure to Vocabulary Content •System is capable of presenting hundreds of words and phrases per minute •Students can work through at their own pace Variety of Interactive Activities •Includes activities to build all four core skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing Adaptive and Sustainable •Tracks student progress and adjusts to their individual needs and levels •System automatically gathers and refreshes content that has not been learned in a while through Learned Items #TLedwebinars
  20. 20. Transparent Language's Tools for Flipping MANAGE CLASSES •Organize class sections •Send messages ASSIGN LEARNING •Supplemental lists •Customizable content •Companion lessons to text books ASSESS STUDENTS •Track student progress •Report scores Increase productivity! Keep students on task! Report in minutes! #TLedwebinars
  21. 21. Why Flipping Can Flop #TLedwebinars
  22. 22. Why Flipping Can Flop •Time-consuming •Technology not available •Teacher training missing •Unrealistic expectations •Lack of parental support #TLedwebinars
  23. 23. Resources to Help You Flip #TLedwebinars
  24. 24. Recommended Reading Declaratively Accelerated Blended Learning Implementation Guide – Get your hands dirty in our follow-up guide, in which we’ll show you how to apply the DABL flipped classroom method to your language classroom. The guide includes 3 detailed sample lesson plans. “Flip Your Classroom” by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams – Learn more about the flipped classroom model from the two teachers who pioneered it. This book is a great introduction to and overview of the world of flipped teaching in general. in t f #TLedwebinars
  25. 25. Transparent Language Online Interested in using Transparent Language Online to flip your language classroom? You can learn more about the system here, and be sure to check out the video demo of the custom content authoring tools available for educators! Want to know more? Contact us at edsales@transparent.com. f t in #TLedwebinars
  26. 26. Upcoming Education Webinars Looking for more expert advice on teaching languages effectively with technology? Check out our upcoming webinars. f t in #TLedwebinars

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Transparent Language is proud to host a variety of FREE webinars aimed at educating teachers on how they can effectively teach languages with technology. Studies have shown that when it comes to learning foreign languages, combining technology and human instruction is more powerful than either computer learning or human instruction alone. The flipped classroom is an exciting new methodology in education where students “front load” their language abilities by learning vocabulary and phrases independently before each class. Teachers then build on what their students have already learned, practicing and applying that knowledge in class through communicative activities and task-based strategies. The result is a more rewarding classroom experience, with more time spent actively engaging in the language, rather than passively listening. This webinar will teach you how to flip your class and enjoy the wealth of benefits to both teacher and student alike.

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